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1640s, sect (1c.-2c.) that held Jesus was a mere man and Christians continued bound by Mosaic Law, from Latin ebonita, from Hebrew ebyon “poor.”


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    [eb-luh, ee-bluh] /ˈɛb lə, ˈi blə/ noun 1. an ancient city whose remains are located near Aleppo in present-day Syria, the site of the discovery in 1974–75 of cuneiform tablets (Ebla Tablets) documenting a thriving culture of the third millennium b.c.

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    [eb-luh-ahyt, ee-bluh-] /ˈɛb ləˌaɪt, ˈi blə-/ noun 1. the Semitic language of the people of Ebla, believed to be closely related to Ugaritic, Phoenician, and Hebrew, but written in cuneiform characters borrowed from Sumerian: decoded from the Ebla Tablets. Compare . 2. a member of these people. adjective 3. Also, Eblan [eb-luh n, ee-bluh n] […]

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